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Home Depot has Milwaukee 150 lbs. Fold-Up Truck for 24.97 + Free Store Pick-Up where stock permitted.
  • Equipped with 5 in. non-marking wheels for easy maneuverability
  • 15-1/4 in. W x 11 in. D toe plate accommodates sizable loads
  • Extendable handle lets it fold down easily for compact storage
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Last Edited by Danzilla July 15, 2020 at 06:11 PM
IF there is any confusion, Milwaukee Hand Trucks is a different company from the Chinese owned Milwaukee Tools. Even if they do use a similar red color and are emblazoned with 'Milwaukee'.
These are low weight (150 lb) maximum and a bit flimsy IMO, but still useful when needed. Regularly $30, so only saving $5.

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Good find. This is regularly store stocked item which partly explains why I see this particular model around town. It rarely go on sale from the $30 regular price. HD also has another similar hand truck, Olympia Pack-n-Roll 410-006 for $22 [homedepot.com]. Amazon has tons of these hand trucks from a million brands.

Milwaukee Hand Trucks is unrelated to Milwaukee Tools, Milwaukee Bucks, or thousands of Milwaukee entities (other than the city they are based in). Milwaukee Hand Trucks is Home Depot's primary brand for hand trucks and other moving equipment that they actually stock in store and includes tougher ones can carry 800 lb and cost over $300. Curiously, per their website [milwaukeehandtrucks.com], their hand trucks are made in IL and IN but not WI.
To people asking, yes this thing is junk if you're trying to move something large over the weight capacity. It's not built to move refrigerators or the sorts.

I don't have this model but a cheaper one and I keep it in my car to move boxes so I don't have to by hand. I paid $20 for it and the first time I was able to stack 3 boxes on it and make 2 trips rather than 6 trips made it pay for itself.

Buy it and put it in your car then thank yourself later when you have to use it if you're wondering as to why you need one.
While this will likely haul around 150 lbs. the problem is tilting it back on it's wheels. The platform is not strong enough to withstand that much weight and bends, which is what happened to mine.

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I have this. Did not get the chance to buy from Costco for $20 of similar one (long time ago) and found this at home Depot a few months ago. This is regular price but still cheaper than other places. If you have seen Costco ones before, the quality is about the same and can handle heavy material. Like other foldable hand truck, the main issue is actually not the weight but rather the size.

If you need one now, I recommend to get one since I have not seen Costco selling this for very long time.
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Good find. This is regularly store stocked item which partly explains why I see this particular model around town. It rarely go on sale from the $30 regular price. HD also has another similar hand truck, Olympia Pack-n-Roll 410-006 for $22 [homedepot.com]. Amazon has tons of these hand trucks from a million brands.
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Looks cheaply made. But hey, it's red and says Milwaukee, so I am sure the fanboys will buy it. LOL.

I own and like a lot of Milwaukee tools, the m12 ratchet being one of my favorites. But that company severely overprices most of their stuff because people drink the red kool-aid.

This piece of junk for example looks like just another Milwaukee money grab. Pass.
Milwaukee Hand Trucks is unrelated to Milwaukee Tools, Milwaukee Bucks, or thousands of Milwaukee entities (other than the city they are based in). Milwaukee Hand Trucks is Home Depot's primary brand for hand trucks and other moving equipment that they actually stock in store and includes tougher ones can carry 800 lb and cost over $300. Curiously, per their website [milwaukeehandtrucks.com], their hand trucks are made in IL and IN but not WI.
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Milwaukee Hand Trucks is unrelated to Milwaukee Tools, Milwaukee Bucks, or thousands of Milwaukee entities (other than the city they are based in). Milwaukee Hand Trucks is Home Depot's primary brand for hand trucks and other moving equipment that they actually stock in store and include ones can carry 800 lb and cost over $300. Curiously, per their website [milwaukeehandtrucks.com], their hand trucks are made in IL and IN but not WI.
The Hand Truck people really go out of their way to differentiate their, the Hand Tool company, from Milwaukee, the Tool company. Look how they use the distinctive shade of black on red versus the Tool company's red on black. Plus, the lettering uses that unmistakable script-type font and capitalizes the "M" in Milwaukee. There's no way that could be confused with the Tool company.
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Got one of these last Christmas Marked down to $15 at local HD. I am a Milwaukee fan boy, guilty as charged. The yellow HD mark-down tag and catchy Milwaukee-esque logo caught my eye, and sent me into a retail deal rush. Oh, that feeling.... Yellow mark-down tags and Milwaukee products, nothing better! However, you can tell it's not by Milwaukee Electric. Needed one from time to time, so pulled the trigger, was essentially almost at garage sale price....
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To people asking, yes this thing is junk if you're trying to move something large over the weight capacity. It's not built to move refrigerators or the sorts.

I don't have this model but a cheaper one and I keep it in my car to move boxes so I don't have to by hand. I paid $20 for it and the first time I was able to stack 3 boxes on it and make 2 trips rather than 6 trips made it pay for itself.

Buy it and put it in your car then thank yourself later when you have to use it if you're wondering as to why you need one.
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While this will likely haul around 150 lbs. the problem is tilting it back on it's wheels. The platform is not strong enough to withstand that much weight and bends, which is what happened to mine.
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Looks cheaply made. But hey, it's red and says Milwaukee, so I am sure the fanboys will buy it. LOL.

I own and like a lot of Milwaukee tools, the m12 ratchet being one of my favorites. But that company severely overprices most of their stuff because people drink the red kool-aid.

This piece of junk for example looks like just another Milwaukee money grab. Pass.
Bro, it's $25. I doubt it's any worse quality wise than what Harbor Freight has at $29.99, even if you use the stupid 20% off one item coupon that never goes away it's only like $1 less. At least the Milwaukee Hand Trucks are not made in a country that says 600,000 people committed a crime by voting or genociding an entire ethnic group.
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I have one and it's only good for moving moving boxes and things well under the weight capacity. The lower support is not rigid enough to the frame to really left anything heavy.

That said, for the price and convenience and folding capability, it is not bad. I don't regret buying it for when I moved, but I rarely if ever use it anymore. I usually use a folding handle dolly now which can carry much heavier items though it does require you to load things on top of it.

Costco had this for around $30 a few years ago and I use it much more:
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Looks cheaply made. But hey, it's red and says Milwaukee, so I am sure the fanboys will buy it. LOL.

I own and like a lot of Milwaukee tools, the m12 ratchet being one of my favorites. But that company severely overprices most of their stuff because people drink the red kool-aid.

This piece of junk for example looks like just another Milwaukee money grab. Pass.
It has nothing to do with kool-aid or money grabbing. As others have said, Milwaukee Tools and Milwaukee Hand Trucks are completely different companies.

And this hand truck (as far as lightweight, collapsible, portable hand trucks go) is far from junk if used as intended, just don't go try moving a refrigerator with it.
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I actually need a lightweight hand truck like yesterday for moving 2-10lb boxes. Thanks.
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Bought this at full price out of necessity about two years ago and it's worked great. I've moved a 100lb generator in the box, a fairly large chest freezer, and an old heavy couch.

This thing isn't perfect, but I'm also in an apartment with no garage, meaning I don't really have room for a full dolly.

I think for $30 or $35 I paid for it originally, it's paid off really nicely. It stores flat and is out of the way and I would have no issue putting over 100lbs on it, as I already have.
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